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Fleet & Facilities Supervisor - Northshore Utility District, WA (ID: 320415)

Title Fleet & Facilities Supervisor
Type Fleet Management
Date Posted 2019-01-09
City / Organization Northshore Utility District, WA
Website Click Here for the Position Listing
Email Contact HRA@nud.net
Description

Full-Time: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
2019 Monthly Salary Range: $6,894 to $9,238 depending upon qualifications

SPECIFIC AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY (SAOR):

Leads and supervises one or more work crew(s) to carry out various programs for fuel supply, operations and maintenance of the vehicle fleet, equipment, buildings and grounds maintenance. Works under general direction with minimal supervision. Reviews and creates work orders and develops reports on progress. Supports established priorities, goals and effectively communicates objectives. Emphasis of this position is on planning, organizing, managing, supervising, and prioritizing for maximum efficiency. Makes recommendations for hiring/firing and conducts performance reviews. Communicates with, coaches and counsels assigned staff. Provides technical advice; assesses situations and conditions for recommendations to superiors and regularly responds to more complicated situations. Manages service providers used for SAOR.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

Carry out various programs to acquire, maintain and manage the District's fuel supply, vehicle fleet and equipment of the District and other contract agencies by:
 Determines work priorities for scheduling by reviewing work order, crew, equipment and material availability.
 Trains crew on proper work methods and techniques.
 Supervises, recommends hiring, training, monitors and evaluates work performance of, assigned staff.
 Provides technical consultation, selects and manages contracted services for the SAOR.
 Schedules, oversees, and implements ongoing preventative maintenance programs for District fleet, equipment, buildings and grounds.
 Instructs, trains and observes crew members in safety procedures and practices.
 Participates in the development of goals, objectives, policies, procedures, guidelines, specifications, schedules and priorities relating to the SAOR.
 Primary responsibility for the development of the overall annual budget and administration of the approved annual budgets as related to the SAOR.
 Prepares and presents long-range plans and forecasts for space, operational, maintenance needs in the SAOR.
 Generates reports for billable work.
 Researches materials and equipment and makes recommendations for purchases.
 Performs all other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Knowledge of:
 All aspects of the SAOR in their current mode and manner of operation.
 Operations, services, and activities of a facilities and fleet maintenance program.
 Operations of a water and sewer district and related facilities and fleet utilized in carrying out day to day activities.
 Methods, practices, materials, techniques, tools, and equipment used in carrying out facilities and fleet maintenance.
 Government procurement and budgeting rules, practices, and techniques.
 Facilities engineering management techniques including energy conservation.
 Applicable federal state and local laws, codes and regulations including those related to facilities and fleet maintenance and safety standards.
 Occupational hazards and standard safety procedures.

Skills in:
 Expert understanding of all aspects of the method and procedures for the maintenance and operations of vehicle fleet and equipment used by a water and sewage utility.
 Proficiency in planning for project, equipment, manpower and material needs.
 Ability to coach, train and supervise one or more work crew(s).
 Comprehensive understanding of appropriate safety rules and safe working methods.
 Knowledge of current federal, state and local laws governing the District's operations.
 Thorough understanding of the District's policies and procedures.
 Analyzing problems, identifying solutions, and proposing actions.
 Operating office equipment and tools such as phones, fax machine, copiers, computers, software and databases.
 Communication (written and oral, and interpersonal) skills as applied to interaction with co-workers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to give/receive work directions.

Experience/Education:
 High school diploma or GED.
 Minimum two year of post-secondary education preferred  four years of formal position-related experience maybe substituted for each of post-secondary education.
 Five year experience as Senior Mechanic or proven skill level as validated by the M&O Director or his designee.
 Ten years of increasingly responsible related to fleet, facilities, buildings and grounds management and maintenance experience; supervisory experience strongly preferred.
 Completes a minimum of 40 hours of leadership training.
 College-level coursework or formal training in related fields preferred.

Licensing Requirements:
 Valid Washington State Drivers License
 ASE  Automotive (or Truck) Service Excellence Certification (Master Level)  required
 Washington State Emissions Tester Certified within one year of employment in this position
 Washington State Commercial Drivers License  Class A with Tanker endorsement
 EVT - Emergency Vehicle Technician - preferred
 Motorcycle Endorsement unlimited- preferred
 Boaters Card - preferred

Other Requirements:
Reliable and regular attendance, and the ability to work harmoniously with other employees.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

Most work is performed in a typical office and mechanic shop environment, may be exposed to fumes, odors, dusts, workspace restrictions, and intense noises when working in the field or mechanic shop. Some work will be performed at high elevation (height) or deep underground. Working nights and odd hours during emergencies may be required. This position typically requires: fingering, grasping, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions. Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally to move objects.

Complete job description and application can be found on our website www.nud.net/careers .
To apply, please email cover letter, resume, and application to HRA@nud.net .


Job Post Expiration Date   February 8, 2019

    All jobs posted are considered open until filled and may close at anytime except as stated in the Job Description. .